Resources

Interloop, Chris Fox, 2017, Wynyard Station, Sydney. Photography: Josh Raymond.

The Public Art Toolkit aims to help NSW Government agencies and local councils apply best practice principles to planning, commissioning, implementing and maintaining public art.

Designed to be user-friendly, the interactive guide includes quick reference links to each step from planning, commissioning, implementing, and maintaining public art throughout its lifespan.

The toolkit identifies the vital contribution and involvement of Aboriginal communities in the development of public art on Aboriginal land. Five key principles for engagement are outlined: cultural authority and agency; recognising rights and maintaining culture; prior informed consent and consultation; integrity of Aboriginal culture; and attribution and sharing benefits.

The Toolkit guidance notes and case studies summarise and illustrate the key steps in successfully creating public art along with links to further specialist information.

Download a copy of the NSW Public Art Toolkit

Image: Interloop,  Chris Fox, 2017, Wynyard Station, Sydney. Photography: Josh Raymond.
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These pages provide useful research, resources and advice for creative practitioners and small to medium organisations.

You can also tap into the extensive support networks that have been established, and stay in touch with others in the sector.

Creating New Income Toolkit

Creating New Income Toolkit

Here you'll find guides and resources to help generate revenue for your creative practice.More

NSW Public Art Toolkit

NSW Public Art Toolkit

The toolkit identifies the vital contribution and involvement of Aboriginal communities in the development of public art on Aboriginal land.More

NSW Creative Ageing Framework

NSW Creative Ageing Framework

The NSW Government’s blueprint for responding to the opportunities and challenges of our ageing population.More

Making a living

Making a living

Advice for artists and creative workers making a living through running a small business including sole practitioners, small groups, partnerships or cooperatives.More

Research and statistics

Research and statistics

On these pages you can view various Research and Statistics material from Create NSW and beyond.More